Return to care: Preparing for tomorrow’s healthcare needs
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented global disruption. Early shelter-in-place orders have helped ‘flatten the curve’ and avoid catastrophic disease spread, but the months-long disruption has created significant gaps in care for us, our families, our friends and our colleagues across chronic, acute and behavioral care needs.
Businesses must start to think about tomorrow’s healthcare needs now to be prepared to support them in the future. We know that primary and specialty care, complex treatments, and behavioral health needs have taken a backseat to the virus, but that trend will soon reverse. What’s more, healthcare access in the US has worsened - as needs rise, navigating the already complex healthcare system will become even more challenging. Patients are soon to be more confused than ever and the complexity of caring for members will likely hit HR teams the hardest.
As benefits leaders, you’ve likely started to think through the longer-term impact of the virus, and how to help your employees get the care they need to keep their families safe and healthy and keep the company productive. Join Grand Rounds to better understand the need for healthcare navigation, and why acting now is more important than ever.
In this webinar, you will:
- Understand the longer-term impact of COVID-19 on our healthcare system.
- Learn about how an integrated virtual care strategy can help you prepare for the return to care in 2021.
- Hear how Grand Rounds customers are addressing the transformation head-on.
Now is the time for businesses to go above and beyond in planning their benefits strategy and setting their workforces up for success, post-COVID-19. Join Grand Rounds Co-Founder & CEO, Owen Tripp to better understand our current reality and how your teams can prepare for the future.
Lynn GreshamFormer Editor-in-Chief, Employee Benefit News
Owen TrippOwen Tripp is co-founder and CEO of Grand Rounds, a healthcare company that connects patients with local and remote specialty care.
Ami ParekhChief Medical Officer, Grand Rounds